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Kids and teens are full of questions about life, the world around them, the future and the changes they experience on a daily basis. With its light and engaging French-language programs, FlipTFO stimulates their spirit of discovery while supporting today’s major educational priorities and concerns. FlipTFO’s mission is to engage its audiences and inspire them every day. FLIP encourages speaking up, curiosity, reflection, open-mindedness, growth and respect through personal experience. FlipTFO transforms kids’ 🤔 into 🤯!
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FlipTFOPascal Boyer and his collaborators, Alexandre Bisaillon, Krystel Descary, Diandra Grandchamps, Alex and MJ and Marianne St-Gelais welcome you to discover the crazy world of algorithms, where each episode propels you from one topic to the next, with strange connections between each segment. With its unprecedented audacity, FLIP, l'algorithme has established itself since its first episode as an inexhaustible source of TV and digital educational content for pre-teens.
FlipTFOFLIPPONS, the only 100% Francophone year-in-review outside Quebec, has quickly become a reference within the Franco-Ontarian community by creating a quality humorous event for the whole family. This year-end special for Franco-Ontarian youth is now one of the major television events on December 31. Rich in content that stimulates reflection and critical thinking, FLIPPONS allows young (and not-so-young) people to have a good time while developing their sense of belonging and cultural identity.
Dans ma tête
Dans ma tête
FlipTFOObservations on what goes on in teenagers’ brains following various events in their daily lives (an argument with their parents, a really boring teacher, love at first sight, etc.). The different structures of the brain and hormones are personified and dictate the actions of each of the two characters
FlipTFOFLIPFest is a tool to give young Franco-Ontarians confidence in their oral expression skills and encourage them to share their thoughts on subjects that affect them and which they might not discuss at school. The goal: promote French among young Francophones in minority communities who face language insecurity in Ontario.